Florence Fight Club

Florence Fight Club

Four men decided to enter in the oldest Fight Club of the History, The Florentine Football tournament. A father and son, a black guy, an old champion and outsider clerk will enter in an arena of the time to win their fears, to go over their limits, to be heroes for a day.

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william s (ag) wrote: with great cast in and poor story. what let down

Matt C (au) wrote: There's no doubting that this is quite an interesting story, the problem though is the shear idiocy displayed may well ruin your experience of the film. I'm no animal rights activist but these moron hippies with their wacky ideas of how to treat an animal just made me want to shake them. There is a weird lack of emotional involvement throughout as well, watcheable then, but little more.

Ian M (us) wrote: I do not understand why this movie is getting so much hate! It wasn't the best movie ever but it definitely isn't deserving of what people are saying about it.

Guido S (us) wrote: Jackie Chan plays a former spy who retires to be a family man and tries to adjust to suburban life. However, other people will not let that go so easily. The story was ok but since it was a family movie, I'll give that a pass. The kids were a bit annoying for me. Really, the only parts I enjoyed involved Jackie Chan being Jackie Chan. Otherwise mostly forgettable

Kevin M (it) wrote: Reminded me of my fraternity days. I had forgotten about this film until a recent wave of HS students and college freshman have been requesting it. I watched it again, and lauged even harder.

Alex K (de) wrote: Not Morgans best film but still enjoyable.

Yuri B (ag) wrote: One of my personal favorites... & all before they (most of the cast) became big.

John T (kr) wrote: A tad slow in parts. The atmosphere is great. Dirty foggy victorian era streets. James Mason is a great Watson. Wise but also childish. Good ol' Bob Clark.

Gordon T (es) wrote: FREAKING AWESOME!!!!! and still frightening to this day especially when the cab-driver is bitten by Blacula, placed on a morgue table, her body thaws and she FLIES down the HALL and BITES "Weasel" from the Salem's Lot TV-Movie on the neck (Elisha Cook, Jr.). GENE PAGE'S score is among my favorites. On the surface it looks racist, it is racist I guess (I'm an American of African Descent, I wasn't offended which is not to say it wasn't racist though. who cares . . . its 100% I LOVE IT and would see it again AND tell five of my friends to see it as well.

Paul D (br) wrote: This Randolph Scott western uses very familiar themes and plot elements to films the lead has appeared in previously, they just look very old and tired for this one, which is very run-of-the-mill stuff.

Matty M (gb) wrote: 400 Days (2015) from the trailer looked like it would at least be a fairly done thriller of some sorts, though the trailer just happen to be pieced together well enough to make ya think it. Now I must say this movie is not a complete disaster, it does have some fairly nice put together scenes and makeup. The concept of this film was a great idea and I had hoped it to be as visually stunning though it was hard to take Dane Cook seriously in this type of film, to me he is a better comedy guy and perhaps drama. A lot during the film seems to be as if the actors had to ad-lib as if the script was shy and in other parts of the film it seemed as if shots would done with a single person pretending to speak with others in the room; was this editing?What I expected was a suspenseful film based on it's story though the suspense doesnt really happen until about the end, though time-line of mentality I'll let that part go. I give the insanity kick within the film some high scores as they played that off pretty well. For the most part I'd say this film is one of those that is for a select audience to enjoy. My personal feedback on it is that I believe they couldve done a better job, and that it seemed to have fell short on delivery.